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    Default Elephant's habitat

    This was captured during Indiawilds meet. A group of elephant strolling around.

    Please critique !

    Location: Kabini
    Canon 7D. 400mm f5.6
    Manual Exposure
    Manual Focus
    Manual metering
    Shutter Speed 1/400
    Aperture 8.0
    ISO 400
    Focal Length 400mm
    Full Frame
    Tripod Support

    Thanks!

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    Atul
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    Looks Great... Wish those cut down trees were not there. TFS

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    nice display of habitat. typical kabini setting

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    Nice environment photograph. Inclusion of the bamboos fully in the background give a nice feel of the habitat. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    good one,too much of bamboos on the back kinds of distracts me from the elephants...

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    It would have been great if the elephants were a bit closer. Without the two dead trees in the foreground, the image would have been strengthened. However, I don't think there was much space to click. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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    Very nice image. The towering bamboos at first glance make the elephants look miniature . Though the absence of the tree stumps would have been good, their presence appears symbolic and tells a story in my opinion.
    TFS

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    Nice image.In the backdrop of towering bamboos,even the colossal elephants look small.It is as if Mother Nature is protecting her children with wide open arms.Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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